Definition of Queen's Scout in English:

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Queen's Scout

noun

(In the UK) a Scout who has reached the highest standard of proficiency.
Example sentences
  • Chris and his wife Janet will attend the parade of 2,000 Queen's Scouts at Windsor Castle on April 27, traditionally attended by a member of the Royal Family.
  • Accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, she reviewed 550 Queen's Scouts who have gained the movement's top award for personal achievement.
  • Jamie was Head Boy at school, a Queen's Scout and someone who helped old ladies across the High Street whether they wanted to cross or not.

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